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Support KCRW's public radio podcasts. Join online at KCRW.com or call 800-600-5279. Art reviews, news and announcements from Edward Goldman. Edward Goldman is an art consultant for private and corporate collectors. Email him at edwardgoldman@earthlink.net. Or call him at 310-314-4660 ext 280.More from KCRW's Art Talk »

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